2020 marks the 20th anniversary of the adoption of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000) on Women, Peace and Security, a ground-breaking resolution that was spearheaded by women leaders and organizations. It was the first resolution that recognized women’s leadership to achieve international peace and security and their contributions to conflict prevention, peacekeeping, conflict resolution and peacebuilding.
To : Amb. Datuk. Dr. Aphinita Chaichana, Global Commander in Chief of UNPKFC SEA
You are warmly invited to join a virtual panel discussion on Women, Peace and Security – Two Decades of Progress and Backlash, to mark the 20th anniversary of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325.
The event will take place this Friday, 30 October, from 1200 to 1330 EST / 1600 to 1730 GMT, with:
E. Ameerah Haq, former UN Under-Secretary-General for the Department of Field Support and member, Group of Women Leaders
Ambassador Melanne Verveer, Special Representative on Gender Issues for the OSCE and member, Group of Women Leaders
Renata Giannini, Senior Researcher and international security specialist, Igarapé Institute
Stephanie Siddall, Senior Global Policy and Advocacy Advisor, Women for Women International (moderator)
This event is co-hosted by Group of Women Leaders and Women for Women International, in partnership with the United Nations 75th anniversary team. It is part of a series of all-female panel discussions that will provide recommendations for the global conversation conducted by the UN this year, to crowdsource solutions to global challenges.
We are UNPKFC SEA, Our Gun is Love for Humanity and Peace. We are UNPKFC SEA who always uphold the United Nations Mission. Nothing can hinder our steps to carry out the humanitarian and peace mission of the United Nations- Universal Declaration of Human Rights, because we love peace and humanity. Our foundation is the soul of the United Nations, UN for children, UN for poor people, UN for people who get justice, UN for Free Human beings without discrimination.
There is no place in the United Nations for greedy people, not human corruption, not human criminals, no stopping human rights, no exploitation etc. The founders of the UN created the United Nations for Peace and End War. The UN symbol, which is Peace. UNPKFC SEA holds the UN symbol is Peace. In essence, the United Nations is not for personal gain, not for doing business, not for politics, not for exploitation, not for discrimination. etc
ALL HUMAN BEINGS ARE BORN FREE AND EQUAL IN DIGNITY AND RIGHTS. THEY ARE ENDOWED WITH REASON AND CONSCIENCE AND SHOULD ACT TOWARDS ONE ANOTHER IN A SPIRIT OF BROTHERHOOD.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was signed on 10th December 1948. It was compiled after World War Two to declare and protect the rights of all people from all countries.
BUDDHA ALWAYS PROVIDES PROTECTION FOR US AS PEACE WARRIORS FROM THAILAND, IN ACCORDANCE WITH BUDDHIST TEACHINGS ON LOVE AND PEACE. WE ALWAYS FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS OF THE MONKS TO DO CHARITY, MERCY, TOLERANCE, WITHOUT DISCRIMINATING SKIN, ETHNICITY, RELIGION, GENDER ETC., ALL MUST BE DONE UNIVERSALLY.
The Dalai Lama at the UN Human Rights Council 31st Session Nobel Laureates on Human Rights
A group of 50 Buddhist devotees from Thailand led by Dr Aphinita Chaichana visited His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama on March 4, 2019 at his private residence in Dharamshala, HP, India, on March 4, 2019. His Holiness welcomed the group during a special audience.
During the meeting, the Nobel Peace Laureate told them that all Buddhists should be united in order to promote world peace. ”We have to follow the Buddha’s teachings and We are all the same as human beings, we all want to lead a happy life to support and love each other,” His Holiness told the group.
Dr Chaichana shared with the Tibet Post International (TPI) how she felt visiting the spiritual leader of Tibet in Dharamshala. She responded by saying, “we came here to visit our most respected His Holiness the Dalai Lama, as he is the icon of world peace. When we meet the Dalai Lama, we feel very peaceful and happy, so many people wanted to meet him, but not everyone can meet him, we had really good fortunate this time.”
This time, our delegation is comprised of 50 important people from Thailand- mostly government officials and community leaders as well as people from Thai educational society. Today, we feel very happy to have the special audience with His Holiness the Dalai Lama. His Holiness blessed us and offered Buddha statues to all our delegates and we found that His Holiness feels very close to us and he is very peaceful.more
Thailand is Budha Land, where the center of peace and humanity is realized for all people. UNPKFC SEA was born in Budha Land which carries the foundation of true Buddhist teachings, namely implementing Peace and Humanity in accordance with the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. United Nations and Buddha are true Symbols of Peace and Humanity.
UNPKFC SEA carries out humanitarian tasks and peace always brings Love as its weapon. Because the United Nations was born not to carry Firearms instead of carrying Steel Tanks, but the United Nations was born to Peace and Stop War, Firearms are weapon of War. Carrying firearms for Peace missions is not permitted.
international UN Peace day – 21 December 2020
United Nations Peacekeeping Forces Council Southeast Asia arranged a project named “Sustainable Development Goals No. 14” (SDGs 14) in Sattahip, Chonburi.
Dr. Aphinita Chaichana, the Global Commander in Chief of UNPKFC-S.E.A and the Director of Aisp-Spia (Thailand) in cooperation with the Secretariat of the Prime Minister, the Ministry of Interior, Royal Thai Police, Royal Thai Fleet of Royal Navy in Sattahip, Municipal District of Udomsak, Global English School, Parents of Global English School, UNSPIA Association, Thai Nepali Association (TNA), and volunteers arranged Sustainable Development Goals No. 14” (SDGs 14). The objective is to conserve the ocean natural resource. The event had an opening ceremony with honored guest, ML. Sunthornchai Chayangkul, who is the Secretariat of the Prime Minister and a great-great-grandchild of a king.
According to Dr. Aphinita Chaichana, “Trash in the sea is a danger to the Thai sea and oceans, because the seas all connect together in many countries. The trash on the beach can come from anywhere in Thailand or other countries. We ask cooperation at the regional level to set up as a team of ASEAN, to work together to clean up all trash in lands and seas.”
At the event we had around 1,000 attendants from the Secretariat of the Prime Minister, the Ministry of Interior, Royal Thai Police, Royal Thai Fleet of Royal Navy in Sattahip, Municipal District of Udomsak, Global English School, Parents of Global English School, UNSPIA Association, Thai Nepali Association (TNA), and volunteers. Mr. Sunthornchai Chayangkul gave award certificates to the below listed:
1. Commander in Chief of Royal Thai Fleet of Royal Navy in Sattahip, 2. Sattahip District, Chief Officer, 3. Sattahip District, Mayor, 4. Sattahip Municipal District of Udomsak, 5. Global English School, Director, 6. Mrs. Sukanya Sriwetdit, Project Manager, 7. Sing Samut School, Director, 8. Thai Nepali Association, 9. Sattahip Beach Defender, After the opening ceremony, the volunteers participated in a beach clean-up activity on Dong Tan Beach, Sattahip.
“POWERchat powered by TV Today (Nepal Live Satellite Ch.) in collaboration with UN PKFC presents “Live Panelists discussion on Humanitarian Works & Youth Engagement in social works” Honorable Panelists: 1. Amb. Datuk Dr. Aphinita Chaichana – Global Commander in Chief of UNPKFC SEA 2. Amb. Dr. Lye Ket Yong, PhD. President, World Alliance of Buddhists R.C., United Arab Emirates 3. Dr. Piya Ratna Maharjan President, International Youth Society . on Sunday 26, July 2020 @ 09:15 am (Thailand)
UNPKFC S.E.A collaborates with The Peace Operations Training Institute providing globally accessible online self-paced, on-demand courses on peace support, humanitarian relief, and security operations at little to no cost to the student. We are committed to bringing essential, practical knowledge to military personnel, police, and civilians working towards peace worldwide.
The Australian Department of Defence is pleased to provide the funding that permits national peacekeeping centre students and staff from: Australia, Brunei, Cambodia, Fiji, Indonesia, Kiribati, Malaysia, Micronesia, Myanmar, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Samoa, Singapore, Solomon Islands, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Tonga, Vanuatu, and Vietnam to study the Institute’s e-learning on peacekeeping courses at no cost through the Australian Defence Force Peace Operations Training Centre (ADF POTC). This programme is also available to all military, police, and gendarmerie of these nations. learn more
unpkfc’s action to fight covid 19
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2).The disease was first identified in December 2019 in Wuhan, the capital of China’s Hubei province, and has since spread globally, resulting in the ongoing 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic.Common symptoms include fever, cough, and shortness of breath.Other symptoms may include fatigue, muscle pain, diarrhea, sore throat, loss of smell, and abdominal pain.The time from exposure to onset of symptoms is typically around five days but may range from two to fourteen days.While the majority of cases result in mild symptoms, some progress to viral pneumonia and multi-organ failure.As of 16 April 2020, more than 2.12 million cases have been reported across 210 countries and territories,resulting in more than 141,000 deaths. More than 540,000 people have recovered.
Apirl 16 We donate rice and.water for 300 Police Family
Amb. Datuk. Dr. Aphinita Chaichana and Team are Soldiers of Peace and Humanity who are members of the UN Peace Keeping Forces of South East Asia, location in UN Thailand, taking concrete actions to eradicate the deadly disease epidemic called COVID 19
April 17, 2020
The Executive Committee and members of the UNPKFC SEA together to support AIRVO 2’s contribution of 5 units per 1 each = 250,000 baht to 5 hospitals, for a total of 1,250,000 baht = 38 443.75 U.S. dollars. Name List of Donated : 1. Pattani Hospital,2.Loei Hospital, 3.Udon Thani Hospital, 4.Yala Hospital, 5.Naradhiwasrajana Garindra Hospital.
Donation to 1000 Families
UNPKFC South East Asia has carried out a humanitarian mission by providing food to 1000 families of poor people in Thailand. This humanitarian mission will continue to address the epidemic problem of COVID 19. The UNPKFC SEA officers, led by Gen Dr. Aphinita Chaichana was not afraid and retreated to carry out this noble task for the sake of humanitarian mission in accordance with the Universal Declarations of Human Rights and the Principle of Sustainable Development Goals.